- For The Simpsons Game level, see The Land of Chocolate (The Simpsons Game)
The Land of Chocolate is a land imagined by Homer when German businessmen bought the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and, during an interview, tell Homer they came from "the Land of Chocolate", referring to Germany. However, this causes Homer to daydream about a fantasy place.
It is entirely made of chocolate, including houses, postlights, paths, rivers and even chocolate rabbits and dogs, and in a part called "Fudgetown" chocolate fudge rains. This scene is a parody of the 1936 short cartoon "Somewhere in Dreamland" produced by Max Fleischer. This indirectly causes trouble for Homer, as he is returned to reality when the German owners wonder why Homer is singing to himself, as their employee assessment interview is still in progress. This causes the Germans to recommend that Homer be laid off from the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, concluding he does not make many valid contributions to their workplace.
In the video game "The Simpsons Game", this place is the location for the first level, "The Land of Chocolate" where it had (Homer destroyed lots of bunnies) a population of 1372, in which Homer dreams about this place and chases a White Chocolate Rabbit.
The Land of Chocolate was, apparently, intended to have some kind of relation with The Simpsons: Hit and Run. The end credit sequence, as seen after the player defeats the final bosses, plays a loop called "landofchocolate" and, unlike other once-use loops and similar to level music, it has variables - such as the ones encountered in main missions (a good ending, a neutral ending and a bad ending).